"De man drinkt melk."
Translation:The man drinks milk.
July 17, 2014
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I have a question. Is the sentence in present simple or in present continuous?
I guess you can use both YanurSayn1 because whenever I am unsure I use present continuous and it tend to accept it. But when you get a word that is so specific, it won't be accepted. You kinda see the pattern as you go along to be honest
Use “drink” when the subject is “I” “Ik drink” and “drinkt” means “drinks” when the subject is He/she/it, “Hij drinkt.“ He drinks etc.